A Muslim woman from Kanpur registered a police complaint against her husband for pronouncing triple talaq, and in-laws for dowry harassment. Notably, after a year of marriage, Salim allegedly gave triple talaq to the woman, Gulsaiba for shaping her eyebrows. Yes, bizarre it sounds, Salim said talaq, talaq, talaq to Gul over phone from Saudi Arabia, simple because of Gulsaiba's fashion. A case has been registered and investigation launched.… read-more
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After having participated in the G20 Leader's Summit in New Delhi, Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman Al Saud on Monday held extensive talks with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and discussed shoring up bilateral trade and defence ties. Opening a “new chapter in the India and Saudi Arabia ties”, PM Modi welcomed… read-more
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The batch of 150 pilgrims left for Jeddah by a special flight of Vistara Airlines at 10:15 A.M., on the 7th of June, Wednesday. The pilgrims began their journey with enthusiasm amid chanting of ‘Talbiyah’, a special prayer invoked during the Haj, confirmed the Taj Haj Committee, Hyderabad. Buses were flagged off by Mohammed… read-more
India’s External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar met his Saudi counterpart Prince Faisal bin Farhan Al Saud on the sidelines of day four of United Nations General Assembly meeting, on September 23. This has come after Jaishankar’s recent visit to Saudi on September 10-12. Notably, India and Saudi Arabia are maintaining a strong cordial relationship, especially in politics, security, energy, trade, investment, food, health’s bf defence fields.… read-more
Abu Abdullah, a 63-year-old man from Saudi Arabia, has been termed as the “Polygamist of the Century,” for his history of multiple marriages. He has reportedly married 53 women in a span of 43 years, his first marriage was at the age of 20, and the second one was at 23. He reasoned with it, saying that he didn’t find the right woman, and hence kept remarrying.
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Cristiano Ronaldo Receives Lucrative Offer From Saudi Arabian Club As He Decides To Leave Manchester United
Cristiano Ronaldo's future at Manchester United remains unknown as he seeks to leave the Premier League giants. The 37-year-old has now been offered a large quantity of money to play for a Saudi Arabian team. According to several sources, Ronaldo has been offered an astounding £105 million per year salary to leave Manchester United, along with a £30 million transfer price.
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The Saudi Ministry of Interior declared on June 20 that the Covid-19 travel restrictions for its residents had been removed. Turkey, Ethiopia, Vietnam, and India have all had their travel restrictions lifted. The decision comes a week after the Kingdom abandoned several preventative Covid-19 measures, including wearing face masks indoors and requiring confirmation of immunization to access most public locations.
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Another Islamic country, Saudi Arabia joined the chorus and slammed Nupur Sharma’s remarks on Prophet Muhammad. After the criticism from the Arab countries, the BJP decided to suspend the MLA, which was welcomed by the nations, which were demanding an apology. On June 6, Saudi Arabia’s foreign ministry, led by Prince Faisal Bin Farhan Al-Saud welcomed the decision. Notably, condemning Sharma's remark, Gulf countries called to boycott Indian… read-more
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The Annual Saudi Arabia Hajj pilgrimage started from June 5, after being suspended for two-years amid Covid-19 pandemic. In 2022, the first batch of 145 pilgrims from Jammu & Kashmir left for the hajj. FromJthe union territory, 6,000 pilgrims have been selected for this year's Hajj. "All arrangements have been put in place," said executive officer of the J&K Hajj Committee Abdul Salam Mir. Furthermore, pilgrims tested Covid-19… read-more
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Saudi Arabia issued a travel restriction on May 21 to India and 15 other countries, citing an increase in Covid-19 cases there in recent weeks. Lebanon, Syria, Turkey, Iran, Afghanistan, Yemen, Somalia, Ethiopia, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Libya, Indonesia, Vietnam, Armenia, Belarus, and Venezuela are among the countries where Saudi citizens are barred from traveling. There are no new restrictions on Indian citizens entering Saudi… read-more
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